oscillatory wave

oscillatory wave

[′äs·ə·lə‚tȯr·ē ′wāv]
(physics)
A wave composed of individual particles, each of which oscillates about a point with little, if any, permanent change in position.
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On invoking the NSDP method, the highly oscillatory wave fields could be transformed to smooth kernels on the complex plane.
Different from the state-of-the-art ocean wave converters, an innovative power takeoff mechanism named mechanical motion rectifier (MMR) is adopted, which converts the irregular oscillatory wave motion into regular unidirectional rotation of the generator.
In oscillatory flow, the increased disruptions of the shear layers close to the surface of the animal, owing to the magnitude and period of the oscillatory wave, lead to the rapid erosion of the egg piles so that eggs remain on the aboral surface for only a fraction of the time observed in unidirectional flows (Kregting et al., 2013).
A second UK first was claimed by the company earlier this year with the expansion of facilities for damped oscillatory wave (DOW) immunity testing at 100kHz and 1MHz to include fast waves at 3, 10 and 30 MHZ caused by SF6 gas-insulated switches used in high and medium voltage power transmission.
In this paper, we showed that the spiral breakup occurs mainly because of the oscillation of spiral pulses and the interaction between the front and the back of the oscillatory wave pulses far away from the bifurcation.
In addition, we will prove that abounded traveling wave appears as a kink profile solitary wave if dissipation effect is large, and it appears as a damped oscillatory wave if dissipation effect is small.
To remove the noisy IMFs, because of our oscillatory wave's frequency is equal to 4, the number of IMFs those their frequency range is higher than 20Hz are omitted, and then FastICA is performed on the remained IMFs.
The present study focused on the investigation of the behaviour of the turbulent oscillatory boundary layer in the oscillatory wave movement in the area immediately before, during and after the breaking process.
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A classic example is Jules Charney, who, in his 1948 paper, examined weather maps and deduced 'slow' equations that filtered out the fast oscillatory waves responsible for the numerical instabilities first observed by L.F.
The DOW3000 is a configurable high-voltage test system that can be extended for slow and fast damped oscillatory waves, impulse voltage test, or any combination.